By Janet Ossebaard and Cyntha Koeter

We’re taking you back into history, all the way to the origins of the Cabal. Let’s start in Sumer (modern-day Iraq), where the oldest civilization on earth started. By following two major migrations (to the West and to the North), we’ll meet the Khazars and the Ashkenazi, and we’ll discover the roots of the Rothschild family. This episode takes you to the turbulent era of the Crusades, the Knights Templar, their hunger for world dominance and their link to Secret Societies, the Jesuit Order and the Freemasons.

Were these really separate groups? Let’s find out in this very first episode!

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  • Rubbish. Janet What’s-her-face made a whole series based on INCORRECT info propaganda & bizarre interpretations. Not to mention lies. She shows photos of celebs & claims they took adrenochrome from dead kids. No proof whatsover, & her pics are a joke. The footage she claims is a child escaping from Buckingham or some Brit Palace is FAKE TV footage, filmed for some comedy show. Mid East “oldest civilisation”? So no one existed before these troublemakers? Why does she insist the “Cabal” are the only evildoers, when I SEE loads of other races contributing to evil?
    This woman is only misleading desperate conspiracy lovers. She IS NOT informing the masses.

  • I think it’s important to preserve our sacred traditions, but many parts of the bible were not written to be read as history but as sacred truth–God raises up prophets, for example. Also, we now have to acknowledge our mathematics came from Mesopotamia. There is a stone version of the Pythagorean theorem from Babylon; these people mapped the heavens; they gave us our 360 degree circle, our sixty minute hour, and twenty-four hour day. Did they also invent fractional banking or some other “evil” thing, I’m not sure. I haven’t read about that. The story of the flood probably came from Sumer. My point is not to say either/or. I am not an atheist. Maybe we should think in terms of a “Primary tradition” as in the Renaissance. Many different groups contributed to our sacred traditions, and their traditions can be ours as well.

  • There is so much historical error here it’s hard to know where to begin. First of all, Baal was the son of El, the high god of the Canaanites, who really were the people who later were identified as Jews–there was no mass migration from Egypt. Jehovah was a god out of the desert tribes who took over the language of Baal. Many of the psalms were addressed to Baal originally. Baal got a bad name because they wanted to get rid of him, not because he ate children. The Phoenicians (Canaanites as well) did practice human sacrifice, though. The rise of the modern “banking elite” began not with Sumer but with Jacob Frank, follower of Sabbatai Zevi, and Jewish heretics, who believed that by perverting all the laws of the Torah (including converting to apostate religions) they could bring the Messiah, faster. They practiced sex orgies called “extinguishing the lights.”
    The Rothchilds are probably from Frankist roots (Jacob Frank was supported well when he moved to Frankfurt Germany from Poland), as are many wealthy bankers. Baal had nothing to do with it, nor Sumer. The Illuminate freemasons (also Frankfurt Germany influenced by Austrian freemasonry) came out of Frankism as did modern occultism. Get up to speed on Jacob Frank and the pieces will fit together much better. You can’t base your history on the bible completely because history was always didactic, sacred, not history as we know it.

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